Monday, 30 July 2012
F.T. Prince Centenary Symposium - Not to be missed!
F.T. Prince Centenary Symposium, September 20th 2012
0930 Registration and coffee
1000-1100 Remembering Prince
Eleanor Crawforth Prince and Carcanet
Alka Nigam Remembering Prince
Anthony Rudolf F.T. Prince and small presses, especially my own
Tea / Coffee
Style and Metrics
Derek Attridge F.T. Prince and syllabics
Gareth Farmer The Intaglio Element in Prince’s Verse
Todd Swift F.T. Prince’s Foppish Style
Michael Molan F.T. Prince and the Modernist Milton
Bodies at work
David Kennedy ‘The completed story incomplete’: F.T. Prince and the Portrayal of National Bodies
Adam Piette ‘My soldiers’: F.T. Prince and the sweetness of command
Peter Robinson Reading ‘Memoirs of Caravaggio’
1500-1600 Lyric and Legacy
Natalie Pollard Lyric Material: Place, Print and Prince
Mark Ford Prince and the Dramatic Monologue
David Herd ‘The gift being passed on’: Reading F.T. Prince through Ken Bolton’s eyes
1600-1730 Exhibition and wine reception, Hartley Library
1730-1830 Poetry Reading, John Hansard Gallery
Chair: Peter Robinson
Mark Ford, John Hall, Lee Harwood, John Haynes, Anthony Howell, Todd Swift, Tom Raworth, Peter Robinson
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